The magic number is a value that states when CRLs will be processed over OCSP, specifically it is when the total number of cached OCSP responses from a single OCSP responder URL on behalf of a single certificate authority will stop performing OCSP and start processing CRLs. This will occur if the number of cached…

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I am extremely proud to announce that today we have launched our Online PKI Assessment Portal. This new service is the first of its kind to offer online, automated, self-paced review and assessments of Microsoft ADCS based PKIs. We have been performing onsite PKI Assessments for customers for years now. Typically focused on the design,…

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We have been working on an interesting skunkworks style project and are pleased to share our work with all of you. It all started when we started to notice Microsoft was archiving/deleting Support KB articles from its site – often even when the information was still pertinent. We started noticing a number of the items…

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When the next iOS and macOS major update arrives this fall to iPhones, iPads and Macs there will be changes that impact environments with TLS certificates not current with standards. Certificates with key lengths shorter than 2048, those signed with a SHA1 algorithm, and certificates without the DNS name in the subject alternative name (SAN)…

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